Carmona Flamenco
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Marcos Carmona, David Carmona, Rubina Carmona, guest artist Ana Montes

The award-winning Carmona Flamenco has made extensive concert, festival, and cabaret appearances throughout Spain and the United States. Often performing with guest artists, Marcos and Rubina Carmona's Carmona Flamenco specializes in contemporary and tradtional flamenco music, dance, and song.

The Carmonas have appeared in Madrid, Sevilla, Valencia, Alicante, and Huelva, as well as San Francisco, New York, Vancouver, B.C., Portland, Tampa, and Los Angeles. Currently based in Seattle, Washington, Carmona Flamenco has become one of the Pacific Northwest's premier performance groups.

A sampling of recent performance highlights includes:

Concerts: (all sold out) Kirkland Performance Center, ArtsWest Playhouse, Portland Performing Arts Center, Renton Carco Theater, Museum of History and Industry Theater, Vancouver, B.C. Eastside Cultural Theater. Other concerts include Seattle Art Museum, University of Idaho, Western Washington University, Seattle Pacific University, Evergreen State College, and Broadway Performance Hall.

Featured Artists: Benaroya Symphony Hall grand opening, McCaw Hall (Seattle Opera House) opening, Redding California Symphony, Northwest Guitar Festival, Northwest Luthier's Convention, Safeco Field's Black Tie opening, King County Performance Network, King County Touring Arts.

CD Release: "Reflejos"

TV: Northern Exposure, KCTS Spotlight Series.

Radio: KUOW's Latin File, Weekday, and Seattle Afternoon, KING, KBCS' The Old Country.

Festivals: Folklife (Seattle), Bumbershoot (Seattle), and many other regional festivals.

Banquets: Tourist Office of Spain, National Wine Bureaus of Spain, Microsoft, Scandinavian Airlines, Rainier Club, Harbor Club, Seattle Legion of Honor.

Master Classes: Centrum's International Folk Dance & Music Festival, and numerous private dance studios.

For more information contact Marcos Carmona
(206) 932-4067 or

The Carmonas offer private classes in singing, guitar, and cajon.

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